Vibration, flight dynamics, and vertical gust velocity measurements were performed for the XMQM-105 (Aquila) miniature remotely piloted vehicle. The effects of operating the engine over its range of speeds and the influence of the sensor payload vibration isolators were evaluated using ground test vibration data. The amplitudes and spectra of vibration and flight dynamic accelerations were analyzed for test flights in operational-type patterns. One significant flight dynamic motion observed was a yaw oscillation at a frequency of about 0.6 Hz. To provide a specification for the sensor payload vibration environment, the acceleration spectra were enveloped; and the envelopes were modified to remove the effects of the payload isolators. Acceleration time histories were examined for flight maneuvers and transient events, and the peak loads for these conditions were measured.